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[In creating or augmenting an Activity Definition, please be familiar with the Instructions. Italicized instructions on this page may (should) be edited out as the sections are completed.]

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Categorize an Object in a Taxonomy

Keywords: enter key words from controlled-vocabulary list


Activity Definition(s)


Categorize objects using an existing taxonomy such as Library of Congress Subject Headings or Getty Vocabularies

  • Review the object and it's associated metadata such as title, creator, creation date, site of origin
  • Review the taxonomy and determine where the object belongs in the hierarchical structure (e.g: visualize and navigate through taxonomy)
  • Associate the object with a term in the taxonomy
  • Save this association for future use (e.g.: insert into local database or mark-up in XML)

    Scholars' Stories (scenarios)


----Optional: examples of tools that perform some part or all of the defined activity, ideally with links to relevant project or vendor web sites

Tool name

What it does

Relevant links

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Related Collections/Content (examples)

----Optional: examples of collections / digital content / digital resources that could be involved in part or all of the defined activity, with links to relevant repository or site where available

Collection/content name

Collection/content description

Relevant links

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Applicable Standards or Standards Bodies

----Optional: examples of standards or standards-bodies applicable to the defined activity

Standard name / body

What it governs/regulates/standardizes - What it's for

Relevant links

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Notes, comments, related activities, concerns